Are you talking about making sure you're not cut?
There is nothing you can do legally, unfortunately. Lay-offs are lay-offs. Sounds like you are already working overtime
May I suggest doing this - what many people don't do:
Make your boss look good. Finish your work on time and with a high level of professionalism. Bring your boss ideas that will help him and the department and offer to take charge and implement them. If your boss things he/she can use you to further his/her own goals and aspirations, then you're staying put...
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